A bull rider takes off out of the gate at the Kananaskis Pro Rodeo on April 29. Nick Allen photo.
Nicholas L. M. Allen
May 3, 2023
Results from the April 28 to 30 rodeo in the Crowsnest Pass
It was an action-packed weekend as the Kananaskis Pro Rodeo was in Coleman from April 28 to 30, featuring events such as bull riding, steer wrestling and team roping. These are the unofficial results of the competition released by the Canadian Pro Rodeo Association after the conclusion of the event.
In bareback riding it was a tie for first between Clint Laye on Duane Kesler Championship Rodeo’s G7 Little Rotten and Kody Lamb on Duane Kesler Championship Rodeo’s 2407 Up North Outlaw with 86.5 points. In third was Tanner Young scoring 85 points. In fourth there was a tie between Wyatt Maines and Cole Goodine scoring 83.5 points. In sixth was Ethan Mazurenko scoring 83 points.
Steer wrestling featured Coltin Crawford taking first place with a time of 4.1 seconds. In second was Ty Livingstone with 4.2 seconds. Taking third was Riley Reiss putting up a time of 4.4 seconds. Cody Cassidy was next in fourth with 4.7 seconds. Fifth was Morgan Grant with 4.9 second. Sixth was Layne Delemont with 5.2 seconds. Seventh was Chance Butterfield with 5.3 seconds. Eighth was Straws Milan with 5.4 seconds.
In the event of team roping there was two sets of teams that tied. The first tie was between the duos of Riley Roy/Joey Romo II and Logan Bonnett/Keely Bonnett. Each team ended their run with a time of 5.3 seconds. Colt Cornet and Stacy Cornet took third with 5.5 seconds. Denim Ross and Brett Buss were fourth with 5.7 seconds. Brady Chappel and Colton Klassen placed fifth with 6.0 seconds. Lance Gordon and Kelly Buhler placed sixth with 6.2 seconds. In seventh place was the other tie for team roping, this time between the teams of Jesse Popescul/Garrett Brownlee and Dale Skocdopole/Coy Skocdopole. The time for the seventh-place teams were 6.5 seconds. Rounding out the team roping in ninth was Steele Depaoli/Trent Tunke in 6.7 seconds and tenth was Riley Warren/Clay McNichol in 10.7 seconds.
First place in saddle bronc went to Lucas Macza, getting 88.5 points on Duane Kesler Championship Rodeo’s 476 Double Red. Second was a tie with Ben Andersen and Layton Green each getting 87.5 points. Placing fourth was Dawson Dahm getting 85.5 points. Quinten Taylor took fifth place with 84.5 points and Sam Kelts was in sixth getting 84 points.
Tie down roping had first place taken by Shay Keller getting a time of 9.2 seconds. Second was Clay McNichol at 9.3 seconds. Steele Depaoli was third at a time of 9.4 seconds. Denton Dunham had a time of 9.6 seconds putting him at fourth. In fifth place was Beau Cooper with 9.8 seconds, the last run under 10 seconds. Rounding out the category was Ben Robinson with 10.1 seconds in sixth, Kyle Lucas with 10.8 seconds in seventh and Coy Skocdopole with 11.0 seconds in eighth.
In ladies barrel racing, Taylor Manning had a time of 12.61 seconds to take first place. Blake Molle was second place with a run of 12.71 seconds. Jayden Wilson had a time of 12.83 seconds taking third place. Fourth was a tie between Rusty Rae Woodward and Kate Beierbach with each posting a time of 12.85 seconds. In sixth place was Diane Skocdopole at 12.89 seconds. Alicia Bird was seventh at 12.94 seconds. Caitlin Mcarthur was eighth with 13.01 seconds and the ninth-place spot was a tie only .01 second behind. Vanessa Salisbury and Kareen Warren tied with a run of 13.02 to share the number nine spot.
Bull riding featured yet another first-place tie. Jacob Gardner scored 86 points on Duane Kesler Championship Rodeo’s 826 Fallen Angel and Fabian Dueck scored the same on Duane Kesler Championship Rodeo’s 758 Alberta Prime Union Jack. William Barrows place third with 84 points and Jared Parsonage place fourth with 82 points.
Taylor Flewelling took first in Breakaway roping with a time of 2.4 seconds. In second was a tie between Lawrie Saunders and Sammy-Jo Bird with 2.5 seconds. Olivia Walker was fourth with 2.6 seconds. Taking fifth place was Lakota Bird clocking in at 2.7 seconds. In sixth we see a tie between Natalie Bevans and Celie Salmond with 2.9 seconds. There is another tie for eighth place between Brooke Pomeranz and Alyson Fox, each getting 3.1 seconds.
In junior steer riding, first place went to Brodi Beasley with 78 points, second to Colt Richards with 67.5 points, third to Levi Robbins with 67 points and fourth to Jace Ditchuk who got 64 points.
Visit rodeocanada.com for more information on winnings, personnel and the official results once they are released.